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SQL (Structured Query Language) is the language we use to interact with databases that store data. This allows us to retrieve data with ease and simplicity. As terms like business intelligence and big data become more familiar, businesses will need more people to learn the SQL language.
This course will teach you how to use the SQL language within Microsoft SQL Server, one of the most popular database engines in the world.
You will have plenty of video lessons to teach you the majority of the content. Each section includes practice problems or additional e-books to help reinforce what you learn in the video tutorials.
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|Section 1: Introduction to SELECT Statements|
START HERE: Introduction LecturePreview
How to Install Microsoft SQL Server Express
Introduction to T-SQL and Database Concepts
Literal SELECT Statements - Part 1Preview
Literal SELECT Statements - Part 2
Literal SELECT Statement Practice Problems
Basic SELECT Statements - Part 1Preview
Basic SELECT Statements - Part 2
Basic SELECT Statements - Part 3
Basic SELECT Statement Practice Problems
|Section 2: Filtering Data with the WHERE Clause|
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 1
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 2
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the AND and OR logical operators to combine criteria within your WHERE clause.
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 4
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 5
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 6
Using the WHERE Clause - Part 7
WHERE Clause Practice Problems
|Section 3: Sorting Data with the ORDER BY Clause|
Sorting with the ORDER BY Clause - Part 1
Sorting with the ORDER BY Clause - Part 2
ORDER BY Clause Practice Problems
|Section 4: Querying Multiple Tables with Joins|
Using the INNER JOIN - Part 1
Using the INNER JOIN - Part 2
INNER JOIN Practice Problems
Using the LEFT OUTER JOIN - Part 1
Using the LEFT OUTER JOIN - Part 2
Using the LEFT OUTER JOIN - Part 3
LEFT/RIGHT OUTER JOIN Practice Problems
|Section 5: Aggregate Functions|
Aggregate Functions - Part 1
Aggregate Functions - Part 2
Aggregate Function Practice Problems
|Section 6: Grouping Data with the GROUP BY Clause|
Grouping with the GROUP BY Clause - Part 1
Grouping with the GROUP BY Clause - Part 2
GROUP BY Clause Practice Problems
|Section 7: Filtering Groups with the HAVING Clause|
Filtering Groups with the HAVING Clause - Part 1
Filtering Groups with the HAVING Clause - Part 2
HAVING Clause Practice Problems
Brewster Knowlton has worked in all facets of the business intelligence industry. With significant experience writing SQL code, developing ETL processes, and architecting and designing data warehouse systems, his greatest strength is the ability to communicate difficult concepts in an easily understood way. Having completed business intelligence projects across a variety of industries, Brewster understands what BI skills organizations need and employers are seeking. His goal is to help you learn SQL and business intelligence skills so that you might find your dream career in the business intelligence field.